Thursday, April 22, 2010

Roundup safety

When you're using Roundup you can get close to your desirable plants by placing a nursery pot over the plant if it's small; then you can spray the Roundup with no danger to the flower. If the plant is larger you can use a baffle or some sort - an old sign, a piece of cardboard held on the ground and up against the plant and get really close with no harm. It helps to have someone else hold the baffle. I've even sprayed near very large plants by getting someone to hold a sheet near the plant while I'm spraying the Roundup. Save money by buying the Roundup ready-to-mix instead of premixed. You can buy a 2-gallon pumpup sprayer for not much money. GrannyBett

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